There should be screws covered by caps on the inside. These inserts can be a real pain to remove, seems like one screwhead always strips out. The 3 panes are a sealed unit, but I have taken one apart. The outer glass was cracked and I wanted to salvage the caned part. You can buy a replacement insert in any number of plain and fancy styles. What exactly are you trying to do?
Not deadset for building my own. I am going to give it a try with some cheap pine just to see. Once I get the steps correct and my wood machines dialed in, cranking out sash for 18 windows should go pretty quick. I am going to attempt to re-use the insulated glass in the vinyl. I'll just make new grills for the look of separate panes. New construction windows? Forgive my ignorence, but will they fit into the existing openings? The house was built in 1920. Everything about the windows other than the sashes was site built. The weight pockets, the sill, the stops, everything. But if they fit right in and look period, then it's a consideration. I just don't want anything other than wood showing as my house has wood everything and the vinyl looks so out of place. I can't see any screws on the sides. I guess I'll have to pry off some vinyl covers to see them? I found the tape balancers. Those look like a good upgrade from weights, especially if mine were scrapped. But too damn cold in Rhode Island to pop out any windows right now. Think I'll wait a few months.
New wood windows can be made to any size you need, just like vinyl replacements. If you stick with regular wood that will be painted, they aren't that much more than standard sizes. I'm most familiar with Jeld-Wen custom and their factory is so automated that all the parts for each window just show up on the floor just like standard sizes. Now, stepping up to something like Andersen Woodwright windows can get very pricy. Do some checking around and find out about the sash replacement kits. Not sure what brands are in your area but many companies make them. The screws may be covered by snap on trim in the sash channels. You'll probably have to tilt and remove the sashes to get a good look. They do tilt don't they?
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